Client Background

  • Our client for this project is a leading Australian Contract Manufacturing company.
  • They specialise in supply solutions which includes, but is not limited to bars, granolas, wholefoods, cereals, grains and snacks.

Project Overview

The scope for this project included the relocation of two bar and biscuit production lines consisting of blending, forming, cooking, cooling and packaging.

As part of the project an electrical infrastructure upgrade was required to cater for the relocated machines at the end users factory.


Jarlam Electric’s provided a detailed Cable Scheduling, Program and Variable Speed Drive backups to lower / mitigate risk.

Power monitoring was undertaken to determine the overall load of the existing electrical infrastructure vs what would be relocated to the premises.

Electrical Sub Mains were upgraded, along with the manufacture of 2 x custom made Distribution Boards to cater for the newly relocated machinery and future expansion.

As a result of the new Electrical Distribution Boards, new sub circuits were installed via an overhead cable gantry with all information gathered from cable scheduling. Distribution Boards were also designed for future machine installations.

Jarlam Electrics undertook all required preparation works prior to the machinery relocation so when disconnected and relocated all electrical supply cables were ready for reconnection.

Time from machine disconnection to reconnection and energise was a 2-week process for the entire production line.

Benefits / Outcome

We are very proud of the work we completed for our client! We were able to provide a one stop shop by undertaking all the electrical engineering, design, consulting and electrical work.

Our client can now undertake all their manufacturing under the one roof, providing a more viable solution to ensure financial gains and increased productivity.

Delivered On Time

On Budget

Safety Upgrade